Truth doesn‚Äôt matter to MSNBC, silly! That‚Äôs right, the hacks at MSNBC pulled a Reuters and carried heavy water for Obama by twisting around his revenge comment in an attempt to slam Romney for it. Look at the fallacious headline, tweeted out by MSNBC.
Romney's 11th hour attack: REVENGE http://t.co/MQ1J5u7u
‚ÄĒ MSNBC (@MSNBC) November 5, 2012
Hacktastic! And it gets worse.
What hacks. That was *Obama's* line. RT @msnbc: Romney's 11th hour attack: REVENGE
‚ÄĒ Gabriel Malor (@gabrielmalor) November 5, 2012
Typical liberals: attack Romney for pointing out Obama's evil. RT @msnbc: Romney's 11th hour attack: REVENGE
‚ÄĒ #NeverTrump (@lheal) November 5, 2012
Yep. You see, there is yet another new entry in the Handbook of Racial Code Words. Pointing out someone‚Äôs use of the word revenge? Totally racist.
More from the shameless lapdogs at MSNBC:
Mitt Romney‚Äôs campaign shifted gears Saturday to add a new eleventh hour attack line to the candidate‚Äôs closing argument, going after President Obama‚Äôs declaration on the stump Friday that ‚Äúvoting is the best revenge.‚ÄĚ
The strategy appears designed to stoke enthusiasm among conservatives, by playing on¬†existing far-right criticisms of Obama, including the notion that he harbors race-based resentment against America.
So pitiful that it would almost be hilarious. If, you know, it wasn‚Äôt so disgusting. If anyone is fueling race-based anything, it is the lapdogs in the media. Their bias is now media malpractice.
Twitter users rightly give MSNBC the business.
‚ÄĒ Pam Swan (@pjswan) November 5, 2012
‚ÄĒ Calamity J. West (@StevieJWest) November 5, 2012
‚ÄĒ Jimmie (@jimmiebjr) November 5, 2012
Bob Shrum on MSNBC said @MittRomney's made this campaign about "revenge" ‚ÄĒ is he out of his mind?!
‚ÄĒ Matthew Hurtt (@matthewhurtt) November 4, 2012
‚ÄĒ Charles C. W. Cooke (@charlescwcooke) November 5, 2012
How stupid? Perhaps they think y‚Äôall are as stupid as Chris ‚ÄúTingles‚ÄĚ Matthews. He doubled-down on the idiocy, and on the reprehensible race-baiting, once again proving that his ‚Äútingle‚ÄĚ has moved into what passes for his brain.
‚ÄĒ WhiteHousePressCorps (@whpresscorps) November 5, 2012
More on the totally delusional¬†Matthews from Mediaite:
Wagner asked Matthews to weigh in on the theme of ‚Äúrevenge,‚ÄĚ which PresidentBarack Obama¬†inserted into the dialogue when he told a crowd that ‚Äúvoting is the best revenge.‚ÄĚ Matthews admitted he did not know where the theme of ‚Äúrevenge‚ÄĚ came from. When told by Wagner that Obama had invoked it first on the stump, Matthews criticized¬†Mitt Romney¬†for running with it. He said it was ‚Äúof a piece‚ÄĚ with the ‚Äúdirty talk‚ÄĚ and the ‚Äúethnic stuff‚ÄĚ that he believes the Romney campaign has been stoking for some time.
After Wagner played a clip of Mitt Romney rehashing a line that president Obama said on the campaign trail ‚ÄĒ that ‚Äúvoting is the best revenge‚ÄĚ ‚ÄĒ Matthews admitted that he was unaware how the ‚Äúrevenge‚ÄĚ theme had come from.
Whatever! Pesky things like facts don‚Äôt matter. He doesn‚Äôt know who actually brought up the talk of revenge, but if Romney points it out? RAAAACIST.
Matthews had no idea where "revenge" theme came from. When told it was Obama, says Romney stoking racial hatred anyway. http://t.co/Z0U4Smn6
‚ÄĒ Noah Rothman (@NoahCRothman) November 4, 2012
‚ÄĒ Richard Grenell (@RichardGrenell) November 4, 2012
Seriously, watch him in all his unhinged glory.
‚ÄĒ Keith H (@ncLobo) November 5, 2012
Running scared! And this Twitter user has a good idea for her own (probably racist, natch) revenge.
‚ÄĒ Jennifer (@feralpatriot) November 5, 2012
Make it happen. Let‚Äôs make sure that Tuesday night will delicious.